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iffo- tov theasheiw r$im?im)itiAw xbt m& " THE TIMES DAILY MAGAZiNE PAGE 1 VrjRr.,W v " V I vHazo to Act When at The Photoplay Now the. Expression Photo .ptiy W?s Not Used $e- , cause of Any High Fore head Predilections, Bi?t N Because It Filled In the S'p?ce Better Than Moving Pictures, Which Was Too tongtCaunt and See. Her,ftVVe Are. l .. --r. .- Mr. Mevk Masners. A youigq Ino the theater slue your eye to the film and "iH tvUtfr 'or- wud looking backward over your ebjauMer.' Other peoptf wlU bumf. Into TM, a4 toy mttlng- up a. stiff froa$ yen eon knock- them down, and so ob tata aTstat. ' ' . J" ,' . Re41ag AIendi k Don't forget to ahow ail of tle Idiots aieWoV-JttUafTOfl .esn read. Intone tH prfatid-' explanations ' taodlnf' aoeMa.in a loud clear vote .Never retf Ui Iow paaaages. Jv your vole reTtt-"Nt Day." or "That Bvea- .lfag." , - i ? Si'ort People .Notice. If vary short, choose a aeat with an emty aaat directly !n -front. It la prob- aaly- reserved tot a human giant, but juat an- tignt ana cnew your cum iouoj ana bard. Tou. may be able tOL smoke. TajX freeplf. " ,' Never alt ahhe back of. the-theater. A acat a'llttle over mid way down the lib gives a KtaataV number of people a -. . Singing. -t Always hum what the orchestra, playa whether you know the tune or. not. Everybody will ndtlce you. anyhow. (To Be Continued.) i . Desr- Madam I m-eaume you ' are madam. Your' references to lege and .little eliters Drove It I am disappointed id your column. You fail to devote any attention to sprint boms, i nave one, and really would like a little sympathy. , &118B NIFITt Minn Nlff. vou wrong us. In the llrst place, why, we ask you, should the reference to lefs and little atsters. prove our sexr RMinniilv. w huve devoted snace to the consideration of spring colds. (See our column of February 23). In fact, va wrote a poem about it. However, toeeyo.u are notvaatlsjled here a-oes: . L'Allegre. ' TIs mornr How aweetl The nun Is shining bright , I'lt wear my new spring suit. ' -tTho other looks a fright). ( II Penseroso. Tis evel How fierce 1 V&w cold the day and raw ,X wore by dew sprig (I wish I'd bided bi Ig suit! aw!) What TheySay About Us National Babies Week. When we; submitted .some time aln,ce that "every, week is babies' week everywhere" our contention was 'that the appointing of , especial "babies' weeks" by separate locali ties for the particular purpese of ex 'hihlUnx'.the Infant prodigies, of yhom '.fond, parents are Justly' proud Is aui perfluaua. Qut; unfortunately, there. .cannot.be. eneusrh r babies' weeks" of. tho sort that a' number of 'prganlaa. . lions aro planning lor me uays ironi -April 1 to 1. inclusive, Xht week Is to be set api Ak.tton.vlde ' Instruction" In th art for o cam- paain- '.to lessen infant mortality. 'Mothers are to be taught by -nurses and Physicians delegated. by Federal, Stat, .county and municipal health es. mrousiivui idc unucu oi q rem4r oondltlonawhlcli how. jlch are generally neglected, but which are dangerous breeders of disease. The 'lessons will be largely In sanitation. What to feed and how to feed In fanis will be Included, but particular tras4 will bo laid on Haw to keep uio tixju cicao. A national campaign of education ng this line will be an extension of the work already begun In New York State by State Health Commis sioner Herman ii. uigga. or. uigga started out on Ahe basis that "public 'ehaUttr Is purchasable' He has ssade It his policy to aend members at his ataff, whenever possible, to joounty and State fairs to Instruct the reople who w( listen regarding the rvalue, actually expressed 'In their ntye and those of' their' children, of careful' sanitation. The readlnesa of New. York States people to listen lias been gratifying. It is to be hoped that equal readiness .will be .exhibited everywhere during "nation' al bablee' week" to receive such priceless lnf6rmatlon. New York ,Kv.enlorMall. , 'The girl of thirteen, who waa seized In the act of trying' to fire a neighbor's apartment, having enter ed it from the fire-escape, carrying H?roCJie. yet clad only in a night, gown, oer a queer study In psychology or physiology or both. Somnambulism, though barring re- , aponelbllity. would not account for uch an act without a pre-exlstent trend toward nyromanla. The most curious thins about py romanla Is that It eeema only on ex aggeration of a sensation that Is al most a sentiment In thousands of nane minds. Most of us love to .watch flame. A great fire enthralls iour senses. We revel In a hearth blate. Is this, because heat n life and cold Is death? Hardly, for a steam radiator, enthralls, nobody. Wa there a tlmo when all men were tflre' worshipers? Or la the experi encing of this sensation due to the subcqniclnus Idoa that flame I the best type of purity, that fire de stroys tho uncUan, the unwhole lomo? Justice, la supposed to be blind. She should lift the. bandages a little In the. case, of a nyromanlac, especially la child pyromanlac. She should be Chocked by psychology and physl fology, ,More jnd mora they are coming to be the handmaidens of Justice. Brooklyn Dally Eagle. The Story of Manly nn Miller, Sixteen? Year-Old Premiere Dansetise Coming : Here Those Who Would Aspire to the Pasittort of Leading Dancer With the Passing Show Have an Example Which yfn Be Hard to Follow Miss Miller Ee gan He,r Training at the Mature Age,of,Four Years, apd!sStflUt.It Since to Emulate Her Efforts Would Require That the pancer Start at the Same Ripe, Number of Yfiars, and Since Anyone Qver Four Is Disqualified, This Story Is For Foncl Moth ers Only Manifestly the Four-Year-Olds Them- a selves Cannot Read Itl AB1XTEBN-TBAR-OUJ ohttd danelaa; prodigy cornea to the- Belaaco with' "The UW Inj; Uhow" next week, In the person or Visa Marilynn Milter. In addition to Her ability "afl a dancer, Miss Miller la absolutely so ravish ' inely attractlvo that newspapers and periodicals fait all over themselves trying to obtain her pictures. lt U rather aafa. to say that if ahe had not been famed aa a dancer tlttte MIm Millar would have been able to make a fortune by merely allowing to have har pictures, takenl MUa Miller haa been dancfaf atooe aha waa four years old, and ahe was sixteen years old on the first day of the present month. This young girl had never appeared In New York before last June, when ahe made an extraordinary hit at the Winter Gar den. During the eleven years pre ceding; her- debut fat New Xork, little Mlsa Miller haa been dodging Uie- Oerry tyootetyt he made "her debut with her father, mother, and sister at the Lakeside Park. Dayton, Ohio, on August aOi 108. The. MUler family were, then appearing! la aa aot which they called "The Colua. hivn Trio." 'One afternoon, while the Miller family were playing In Dy ton. 'little Marilynn Miller, then four years, old, waa taken to. a moytast Picture ahoiir. Qn of the picture waa of a famous premier danaeuaev Little, Marilynn, on arriving, borne, told hen mother that ahe thought ana could dance on br toe aa well a the lady she had aeen In the pic tures. To, tho surprise of Care, Mil ler and his wife, their little daughter wa very aeon danolae; arobad the room on her toea. Mhe succeeded ao well that aha said to- her mother! "Make me a dress and I'll appear with you and father In the act" Sq It was that little Marilynn be came one of the Columbians? which after that week was billed aa "The Columbian Trio; With Mademoiselle. "Sus-arlump. ' The child made an ex traordinary, auccwM from" her first stage experience. She. presently add ed t her accomplishments aa a pre mier danseuse that of clog dsneln:, vocalist; and mimic. The name "Martamouellft Sugarlump'' was af ter a time dropped from the ''bill ing" and the Miller family waa known as. the. "Columbian Four" father, mptber. and two daughters. Owlna1 to the child labor act. the Columbian Four waa -unable to BJ pear In many of tho larger cities, sine Marilynn Mller-waa sq young that ahe would not bo allowed to ap pear. Aa there are no restriction's as to age in omer countries, the till- r raroiiy pas piayen much or tho ma during the past ten or more tii years n Canada, England., the West Indies, soutn uea ii Sea Islands. Hawaii and 'Australia The nearest .that Aiaruynn a New York Aiaruynn Miner got to appearing in ntw iitr uriuro mi june woa before last June Christmas weeK, :, 1505. when the "Co- Daily Fashjon Suggestion T III! ruftled dance, frock con ynues to hold Ita popularity. Ffoqnce upon flounce of flame-colored silk tulle ta ar ranged over a foundation of clpth of silver In the creation of this stun nlnj' frock. The bpdlco Is. half-veiled with tha tulle over a corsage of silver cloth bordered with rhlnestones. 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The Oerry Society then In terfered, and so little Marilynn was compelled to walk through her part- Last May the Miller family ware, appcar&ig at the Lotus Club in Lent 'don. 'dni of the exclusive supper clubs that flourish after light are turned. out at midnight in. the Lon don cafes. Lee Bhubert was then abroad, seeking noveKJee far the Winter Garden, the Hlppodroxne7 and his other theatrical Interests. On evening Mr. Bhubert was Invited to attend one of the evening peruea at the 'Lotus Club. Mr. Bhubert ac cepted they courtesy and enjoyed the .novel entertainment. Of those on- the bill he waa greatly aston ished at the wonderful cleverness of Marilynn Miller. He at. once sent Why Do Children Dread Essentials of True Hospitality May Be Inculcated in Exaggerated Valine to Appearances Fine Flavor of H, dear, mother is golna; J ner have company for din ner this evening," sighed mv small neighbor dis consolate "may I stay with you. Miss Laura, until It la all over? Mother doesn't allow us to coma to the tabte, or If they are Just aeeond best' company we have our dinner, too, but we have to keep still!" Of course I said the child might atay. Having provided her with aomo old-fashioned magaxlnes, ahe cut contentedly until dusk, when ahe trotted home very unwillingly. I had partaken of several "com pany" dinners at her mother's house, ao I knew exactly what the child meant. Extra flowers, extra oarvice, extra courses and a general atmos phere of "company" whch'for people in their circumstances made a-Pretentious affair of dining. It waa all very graciously done, and, I, as a guest, may perhaps be' charged with abusing the hospitality of my hostesa tvhen I say that I always drew a long breath when It was- over. This Is neither the time nor place to discuss the necessity for repaying the formal Invitations one receives In the same coin, but I do want to register my protest against a busy mother undertaking such, entertain, ipg when It throws the entire house hold In an uproar for several days. If the mother of a family feela the necessity for formal entertaining, a simple luncheon at'a club or Hotel will solve the problem for soma. Hut -hy try to entertain formally to any extent while the children are small? I hear the protesting voices Im mediately! No, of course, I don't mean for you to give up your friends, I'm merely saying that the impression the children of the household get Is an Incorrect one; that 'they will never grsp the true meaning of the word noapitaiiiy. u mat sort oi tnmg becomes their Idea of entertaining T uesis m ui3ir own i&uie. Why not have the real friends oe- caalonalty to famllv, dinner? The ones wno accept tne invitation win do no becauia thty want come MISS. MARILYNN MILLER. to Oaro MJBar. the young lady's father, and arranged for bar ap pearanc at tne' winter Garden. Marirynn Miller's development aa a dancer has been owing, not only to a great natural- aptitude, but to hard and persistent study. It la a matter of Interest that (his young dances does not use the shoe worn usually by toe dancers! that 1. a shoe with stiffened leather toe, In short. Miss Miller can dance as well bn her toea with bare feet as with the satin slipper she wears. When in London, Parts, and Berlin, dur ing the past few years, she has been a close student of the great mistresses of the art. Not only that, but she has perfected herself In all forms of clog and fancy dancing. When on the continent, one of Mlaa By LAURA CLAWSON. and the otherswell, they don't mat ri Tl he airi who sees an occasional gWMt 4t her mother's table, i, maas Three Minute Journeys By TEMPLE MANNING. r HE province of Carella la one, of the most beautirui in ituiso Finland. Close to the Russian border, it presents many Interest- Inr tvnes nf the life of both lands. Among the means by which tha peas ants wrest their dally bread from na ture Is the trade or profession of pearl Ashing. While we In this country have sought for uearla among the shellfish of our rlvera for only, a few decades, the Finns have dredged their rlvera for pearls for generations. And It Is prob able that they employ much the same methods their ancestors used In the years that aro gone. When a iieasant wishes to engage In the trade of pearl flshlqg he does not consider It neceuary to make much of an Investment. He does not equip him self with a. boat and the very latest type-of dredge. AH he dpea fa to go down to the river bank and' find a fairly large tree that he will be permitted to cut down. Having felled It he cuts the trunk Into aa many logs as It will make. Lashing these logs 'together he launches his craft and throwa on It a sheepskin or a bundle of ruihes to make It comfortable. Then tho fisherman prepares hla dredge. Ha takes, a large sack, and to Its mouth attaches two steel prongs so arranged that they scrape the bottom, and force up and Into tho bag the muscles and oysters with which they come In contact. The motive power of the pearl dredge Is supplied by the fisherman and a stout punting pole, Lying. down m the raft, the fisherman propels the raf through the water at the rate of about one mile an hour. It takes about twenty minutes to fill the bag. Then the bag Is lifted on board the raft and the fisherman ex amines hla catch. During .tne peari tuning season tne reffll'tne ft baW daSt. AnS YV be W work the good housewife sets offerings before the holy "Ikons" and-prays for a lucky day and a lucky Qet. VM, by Newsaew Feature evU Miller's most popular Imitations la that of tha famous dancer, 'Qeaei, wearing a' blond wig, with' curia. Miss Miller bears a striking re semblance to the whilom ravome.oi the Empire Theater of London. It la. however, youtn ana cnarm ith that have been the greatest factors In Marilynn Miller's succss-t suc cess that has beetn aohleved through constant labor. Her father, who, since hi debut In a Juvenile Pina fore Company as a boy has been constantly employed In the theater aa an actor, for thirty-odd years, has been Miss Miller's teacher In tha art of acting, but no day passes that this young lady doea not take a lea son In fencing, dancing or vocal les son. Company ? Them Without Attaching Spontaneous Generosity. heart of the family as It were, will become the gracious hostess of her generation. , With a few-extra touches any meal which 1 fit for the household Is quite good enough for the real friend. Do let us make the children feel this! This hurry and scurry, for the "best china" haa a real meaning for the children; It means that an exaggerated value Is attached to ap pearances; that after all, It' doesn't matter so much for everyday, but when others are present things must be different. The Ideal home, no matter what the Income, Is the one where, the children are used to seelnr the guest made welcome without disturbing the routine of. family life. The ordinary household is ao ar ranged that when the children are old enough they take their place at the dinner table as a matter of course. If thay are carefully train ed, their everyday manners are good enough for their parents' guest. Allowing the children to have other children aa their gueata often ha a very good effect on the table manners of both. They then feel the responsibility themselves, and It is a good preparation for the time when, aa grown men and .women, they wltl have homes of their own. Tho "open-house" hospitality of tha past century, being no longer the necessity It was, Is fast disappearing, and It behooves our generation to be careful that the next docs not alto gether loso the fine flavor of the apontanesus bosplVillty of the older days. (Copnlstit. 1111, by Laura Clawson). Saemc IttfuatB Invalids. HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Rich milk, matted pals, In pqwder form. Rcafli tnft tgtMalJaaJis.4w. j.sL1tehes ' , !M'UaM?ebrv '"vkW ,V,?,W lnotner tboased. More healthful than tea-or cotteeu Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking;; S,,lill!M vNs YOU 5 .Pricil Injuries Ayen't Always Cured Simplv Because Wounded Surface Itches t , By DR. LEONARD KEENE HIRSHDERG. PHOF. tNNA. (he distinguished student of skin affections, has iut compiled an elaborate aeries of retearchea Upon 'the aouroe, nature, and mechanism of Itching, Far the first t'me, evidently, this distin guished savant la convinced that he has found an answer to the world-wide query. What is ItchlnrT There has been some doubt aa to the origin of Itching. Borne, with few facts, hold n,rmly to the view that you. have Itching from poisons of bacteria, Others maintain that -Itching U not a distinct seniation, but a conglomeration at Va rious sensations or non-specific sensa tions. 1 One group of Investigators claim that the substances of Juices from the ad renal or similar glands have a selective action and cause the phenomena of Itchlnr. In sunnort af this eenuntlan. they tay that jaundloe. well aa kid ney poisons, when dammed up in the skin unable to emerge to the outside world via the kfdneys and Intestines, product at times Intolerable itching, furthermore, they cite the known ob servations that certain albumens, sub. stances In tomatoes, berries, fruits, beer and nsh. are In some persona respon sible for Itching, hives, and analogous lUKiauics ui vn sain ana nair. Irritation of Nerve Eadav Prof. Unna ooneludes from hi ex periment that Uchtn"reulte from the Irritation of 'the .naked ends of tiny white nerves, terminating In. tho microscopic blood, canals. In con firmation he calls to mind the prao tlce of uslnir adrenalin also called eplnephrln and suprarenale to abolish' a. local ltoh-iicnratlcn of sain. without any Impairment of the other reelings vi tQl'Cn. tickle, neat or cold. Vapopln on ths other hand, abolish a tho sense of touchy but falls In any way to affect those of pain. Itch and nthera. Prof. Unna polnta out that, .before Itchlnr. there must be little promo tions of the deeper akin called ''pa pillae," which contain veins, arteries and capillaries, aa well as a layer of horny skin. OtherfUe. there -la not sufflclent.preasura upon the Doplllao nnd tho capillaries to cause. an Itch. Tills may seem a bit confurlne unless you 'think Of Ufe papillae as a flnror or a Kiove turnd hair inside, itseir. It la Impossible to induce Itching on Answers To Health Questions X.' Z. .Q Over three months ago I bad' a pimple on my forehead. It haa now healed, but looks as If It would turn Into a mole. Can 36U suggest something to apply? 2. I also would ap preciate something for ' hair turning .gray.' Apply white .precipitate the blmole. and write mi ointment to me sgaln If U doea2 not disappears l.Tou may stain the' hair, with fluid extract of walnut, t. I will gladly .answer- your "other jies tlort If you 'will ktridl aefid' a staHptd. self-adareiscd 'envelope ' with your query repeated.. . ' A 8idy Worker Some time ftttQ I had a Aervouj 'breakdown, due to orer- tudy.. Now. when'I work In, the ofHca become extremelr nervous. Can' you fcVM'e. advise anything far this? You should not work more than ..seven hours In the twenty-four. After work pass two hours in the gymnasium, learn to awim. row. and piny basketball. De outdoors In the sunlight and fresh air more, take long walks, but do not over exert yourself. Sleep eight or nlr.o hours In the twenty-four In a wlNventl lated room. Road some ood Jt;rature anc" go to the theater, Mix with a young and Jolly crowd of people, and learn to dance. "M. a."--How may a stooped shoul- dered person become straight? 1 qu kindly suggest something tq the eyelashes longer? ht? . win jnako By wearing a brace, taking daily ex ercise In a gymnasium, and learning to now. awim, and play tennis stooped shoulders may be corrected. X. Apply ra may vesellna white to your eyelids escf night M. F, N. I am fifty years of 'age, five feet eight Inches tall, and only weigh 11' pounds. Hpw do -you ac count for this? I am In seemingly splendid health, eat good nourishing foods, never have Indigestion or head ache, aleep well in a room with plenty of fresh air, walk about five or aeven miles a day can, walk twenty-five CASTOR IA In U Fr Ovr 90 Yra Alwara Jer r jg. Keep v i 3&5Eife ssssssft. jt tf'SWv( gSBBBBBBBBBBU&f JSV jA RsesBBBBBBBBBBSBBaSBBBBBBBBBr gvf VHT BSBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBV igSr tl JSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB K i " V ( Pnnfc fa I . ' ' iHgSHHHaHLHHaHSSiSF1""' .'. :' wHsJaeslBlHgBsgMgMMPV" i the surface of an ulcer. atyhoUrh Ita toiift-exted edges may Itch. Hven the thick tUfUea of a sore after the In fliction Is out of it, and Ju.it before It heule called "granulation will not licit Aa these, however, heal over ml the fresh acar tisane begin to form and the horny paplla presx ' up Into the developing tear, th area begins to Itch and continues to. do so until a balance la struck betwen the pressure of the rerum below rfn-1 the burdened soar above. How Itching Is Stopped. Whenever a blister forms, Itching ceaaea. Continuity between the horny epidermis and the papillae on the" floor of the .bllater or ulcer la necessary, re fore you feel an Itch. ,Thta also -explains for thi first time why scratching or rubbing momentarily allays any Itch- Ing. Tho in nor lOrnr-handed lafrer of aur- fuce akin ia ls rubbed away from con tact wlt'i the congosted paplllao be- uriath. Whenever there are hives, bile or other fluids In the outer homy layer of tho sKln simultaneously with any Inorease of lymph or blood In the pa- Clllae. the pressure is not properly atanceil In the "three-ply" layers of the skin, and vou Itch. Dry ecaema. rvablea, lice, hives. Jaundice, and oth er disorders yield Just such, symp toms. Eallcyllc acid, oils soaps and othrr remedies In Itching soften the horny surface and thus rcniovo pressure fronrthe structures beneath. Electric ity, purgatives, a starvation diet adrenalin solutions and blood letting allevlute- itching Derause tney carry off tho cxaess of pressure In the ca pillaries and other lymph or blood channels near the papillae. rreiure rrom tne ouiaiae ana -upon the akin with ruber stockings, blas ters salves, bandages, and other measures remove Itching, for, the plain reason that tho blood and lymph are squeezed out of 'the con geatec', papillae. Anaemic aurfaces never Itch.aceord Ing to I'rof. Unna. Cold' and Ice. therefor, are soothing to Uehlni? slcina. while heat and congestion havo the opposite effect. Chilblain and frosttbltec itch becnure the froxen veins have lost their elasticity and i-ontravtlle power. Tannla acid ami bontotn onstrlct them again, and hence are beneflclent to the -victim of chilblains. Cold compresses also afford relief. (Copy't. ltll. Newspaper feature Urndlcate.) miles wlthput exhaustion, and smoke about three cigars dally. A great many people, though healthy, are thin. It la natural for them to be ao. Sleep ten, eleven, and even .twelve hours In the twenty-four. Walking Is all right, but for you I would not advise walking more than three miles dally. Give up smoking entirely." Keep the bowels open, eat three mealt'a day, take a wine glass of'llye oil about- half an 'hour be fore each meal, and a glassful of dis tilled, water hourly, during .the, day. H. 'P.-M'y. little girl, twenty-'two months old. Is very bow-legged, la there anything 'I can do to straighten them? x. If a Parent la effected the same way Is there such a thing aa a child In heriting. UT You can massage the child's legs, have her wear the correct ahoes, and take her to n orthopedic special 1st. 2. Upmetlmea It la "inherited, but U) con dition can be .corrected. PERSONAL ADVICE. Readers deTiriug advice should remember: I, To address Inquiries to Dr. U K. Birshberg, .cars of The Times. 2.- To enclose a stamped and ad dressed envelope if a personal reply is desired. There's Health (3 INTHE Three Cornered BotUe! TRIPURE "Purest Water In the World" North 2042 Are Yon Having Thee SIlBtt, I Your Eye Open -FOR- The Times' Own Daily Pattern Service You Can Obtain. Them At This Office Each 10 Cents BSBSSSSSSSSMJ M Ml .i &